A regular commentator SM asked me why I have deep hatred for Anwar Ibrahim. I told him I have no hatred for Anwar, it is just that I hate hypocrisy, inconsistency and double standard and Anwar epitomises all of these. His covetousness for power and the end justifies the mean to get there is going to be his next fall from grace. He extols civil disobedience and defiance of the law. The Perak constitutional crisis is one such case.He has successfully made the Sultan the punching bag of the people.The Sultan had been fair in his judgement, he personally met the 31 assemblymen at the palace and all of them expressed no confidence against the MB and the government. How could the MB be granted dissolution of the assembly when he has lost confidence of the majority of the members of the house. Whatever it may be Pakatan leaders and supporters would still insist they were right and the Sultan was wrong.
The Sultan has discretionary power to grant or not to grand dissolution, to say otherwise and accused the Sultan of taking sides is making mockery of the State and Federal constitutions and the monarch.A completely ignorant and bias interpretation of the constitution from someone who has absolutely no clue about its working is here. She is confused between 'confidence of the majority members of the assembly' and 'confidence of the majority members of political party'. I hope she is not a lawyer advising PKR.
Karpal Singh was right when he asked Anwar to step down as leader of the oppositions. Pakatan supporters are too blinded to see where this man is taking them, it just like when you are besotted with someone you can't see the flaws and faults in them until it wears out than you realise it's too late, the damage done.
As hypocritical and inconsistence as they can be they are now changing the tune and say they are not against the Sultan, will not sue him and will bring the message to the people and at the same time the Menteri Besar Nazir Jamaluddin will travel the length and breadth of Perak to convince the people he is still the legitimate menteri besar.
If you have your brain in the right place what does that tell you.As George Bush have said "If you are not with me, you are against me".He is not against the Sultan but refused to respect and comply with the Sultan's decision.If you are not against the Sultan than you should respect his decision and stop going around misleading the people.
This is what Anwar and Pakatan all about, they change their story when they feel the rising tide moving against them.They claimed Najib had robbed the rights of the people by masterminding a "coup d'etat" and MB Nazir in true Anwar's style said "We will take back the right stolen by Najib Altantuya" to a 8000 gullible Malays, mostly PAS supporters. The coup was made possible by Anwar's men.
Didn't know Najib has changed his surname to Altantuya.